Nevada Development Authority kicked off their new California Print Campaign on July 25, 2011 in the Los Angeles Business Journal highlighting a few of the many reasons to relocate a business to Southern Nevada.  The Print Campaign uses the tag line "Las Vegas...Where Business is Always Welcome."



Other Campaigns
2011 California TV Campaign
2011 National TV Campaign
2011 National Outdoor Campaign
2011 National Print Campaign
2011 Local Print Campaign
"Kiss Your Assets Goodbye" Campaign
California "Peanut" Campaign
New Jersey Campaign
California Tax Bear Campaign

The Welcome Sign For Business Is Always On In Las Vegas

The neon never dims in Las Vegas, at least when we’re welcoming companies to do business in the city that never sleeps. Our business-friendly government, motivated workforce and solid infrastructure ensure that relocating your business to Las Vegas will be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make.

A State With One of the Lowest Costs of Doing Business in the Nation
We understand the unlimited time and energy you put into making your business a success may be met with limited resources along the way. By relocating to Las Vegas, you’ll work alongside business-friendly government that supports the initiatives of its entrepreneurs through lower tax rates and state incentives. Nevada consistently ranks among the best states to operate a business because our tax climate is among the least onerous in the U.S.

Las Vegas is also Foreign Trade Zone #89, which allows firms to import foreign goods or raw materials for manufacturing and/or assembly without formal customs entry or payment of customs duties and government excise taxes until products leave the zone. This is a great benefit that many companies have found useful as they relocate their manufacturing facilities to Southern Nevada.

Location, Location, Location
Las Vegas finds itself right in the middle of the Western region, surrounded by 11 states that include numerous metropolitan areas. Millions of individuals are within a day’s driving distance, and approximately 50 million people from all parts of the world visit Nevada every year. As the capital of the new MegaWest, Las Vegas is a unique city that captures the attention of an international crowd in one place.

Wealth of First-Rate Labor
Choose computer-literate and cost-effective employees from our highly skilled labor pool. Whatever skill-type you’re searching for, you’ll find a perfect match from our locals, many of whom have been educated at one of our area universities. With our numerous workforce training programs, our residents go above and beyond what is asked of them, keeping our labor pool competitive, motivated, reliable and ever-expanding.

Prepared and Poised for Growth
Nevada is home to exceptional telecommunications and technology infrastructure. It was one of the first states to adopt fiber optic technology, extensive ISDN networks and other large-volume digital transmission systems. Relocating to Las Vegas could also mean having a high-profile neighbor such as Switch Technology’s SuperNAP, the world’s most powerful data center that stores information for top Fortune 500 companies.

To accommodate the city’s growth and its spot as the eighth busiest airport in the U.S., McCarran International Airport is expanding to assist with the import and export of goods. Scheduled to open next year, McCarran’s new terminal has 14 gates and many shopping and dining outlets. The new addition will ease airport congestion and accommodate up to 53 million travelers annually.

Satisfying the Knowledge-Driven
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ colleges of business, education, engineering and fine arts are committed to enriching the curious minds of its students who come from all parts of the globe. The university has an exceptional science and engineering program and currently in the process of building the UNLV Harry Reid Research & Technology Park, which will foster research growth and technology development at UNLV while creating a business community that will advance the existing research and high-tech economic base in Southern Nevada.

The National Supercomputing Center for Energy and the Environment (NSCEE) at UNLV was established in 1986 and has become a powerhouse national resource for customers in industry, academia, the research community and government. It fills the needs of UNLV researchers for massive computer power and provides a state-of-the-art facility in support of federal government projects.

Quality Healthcare
Las Vegas is well on its way to becoming a leading healthcare provider, particularly with the opening of the Nevada Cancer Institute and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. The Nevada Cancer Institute serves more than 15,000 patients and, with the University of Nevada School of Medicine, developed Nevada’s first fellowship in oncology. Housed in a Frank Gehry-designed building, the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health specializes in research, development and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases. The center is currently creating new therapies and improving ways for physicians to more accurately detect disease.

The Arts Come to Las Vegas
In 2012, we will present the 300,000 s.f., $500M Smith Center for the Performing Arts,  a stunning architectural design that will open its doors to some of the world’s greatest plays, ballets, orchestras and the arts worldwide.

We’re ready when you are. The “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign will never go dark.

Contact the NDA today to find out how easy it is to relocate your business to Las Vegas.  You can call us at 888-466-8293 or visit our website at



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